iDEN Version of RAZR Cuts Through FCC
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Oct 22, 2008, 4:12 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Documents seen on the FCC site reveal details about the Motorola i9, an iDEN phone that resembles the Motorola RAZR2 V9. The i9 comes with morphing icon keys on the front of the flip that will change depending on whether you are holding your phone in portrait or landscape mode. It will come with a 3.1 megapixel camera that has autofocus and records video. The i9 also has GPS, stereo Bluetooth, and uses microUSB for data transfer. It supports PTT and PTX features as well. Neither Motorola nor Sprint has officially announced the i9. FCC documents do not include pricing or availability information.
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Sprint = Network, Motorola = Phones
Blame them both for the iDEN RAZR not just
one. They have a vested interest in each other,
thats what business relationships are.
Sprint is the most idiotic company in the industry....
... Why release more iDEN phones when you have a HUGE "FOR SALE" sign on the network? ...
😕 That fact that they might sell the iDEN network is *exactly* why they are still releasing phones for it....
It IS the CABO.